Latest Research On Blockchain In The Legal Cannabis Supply Chain Highlighted At SXSW

Blockchain in Legal Cannabis: Weeding Out Supply Chain Inefficiencies is latest addition to research firms’ eBook series TEXAS: Worldwide spending on legal cannabis is growing rapidly, but the market will not realize its full potential without efficient supply chains to deliver an expanding array of products. Blockchain technology could address this issue by providing greater Read the full article…

Alternative Health Secures $20 Million In Debt Financing For Expansion Of California Cannabis Operations

TEXAS: Alternate Health Corp., an international leader in technology solutions for the regulated cannabis industry, announced that the Company has signed a binding letter of intent with Agincourt Ventures, LLC to secure funding of $20 million, structured as a debt finance and limited stock purchase agreement, with the option to increase the total financing in the Read the full article…

Alternative Health Inks Multi-State Lab Deal

TEXAS: Alternate Health Corp., an international leader in software solutions for the medical cannabis industry, announced today that the Company signed a binding contract on August 6, 2018, to provide laboratory services for a large multi-state laboratory provider.  Alternate Health expects to begin testing samples in August and is targeting a ramp up to a monthly sample Read the full article…

Alternative Health CEO Updates Shareholders On Spinoff Plans

TEXAS: The CEO of Alternate Health CEO this week provided further details about the company’s spinoff plans and key milestones for the upcoming quarters. “The Company has been very active this year adjusting our business for revenue generation and growth, including developing our potential spinoff plan for Alternate Health’s non-cannabis assets,” says Dr. Michael Murphy, Chairman and Read the full article…

Hundreds Join ‘Marijuana March’ In Dallas

TEXAS: The roar of a crowd echoed through the streets of downtown Dallas Saturday. Close to 1,000 people joined a march in support of what organizers call sensible marijuana policy in the state of Texas. “I believe responsible adults should be able to make adult decisions,” said Shaun Mcalister, Executive Director of Dallas-Fort Worth NORML.

How Texas Became A New Front In Marijuana Legalization Fight

TEXAS:  Shortly before 10 p.m. on a Wednesday in April, Tammy Castro was describing the heartbreaking story of her son’s losing battle against drug abuse. The crowded Capitol conference room, packed with marijuana-rights activists, fell silent. Marijuana started her son on a downward spiral to his death, Castro said, holding back tears. “If you pass Read the full article…

Texas Marijuana Legalization 2015: Cannabidoil Oil To Be Allowed For Epilepsy Treatment, Gov. Abbott Says

TEXAS:  Texas is expected Monday to loosen restrictions on a marijuana-related product for the first time in state hostory. Gov. Greg Abbott said Sunday that he will sign a bill that would legalize cannabis oil as a treatment for epilepsy, reported the San Antonio Express-News. The announcement came in the evening with a signing ceremony planned for Monday Read the full article…

Texas Just Approved A Limited Medical Marijuana Bill

TEXAS:  Medical marijuana could be legal in Texas, sort of.The Texas House of Representatives voted 96 to 34 to approve the second reading of a Senate bill that would allow limited use of Cannabidiol oils, a marijuana derivative, Progress Texas said in a press release..And the proposals authors are Republican! Crazy.Maybe the times are a Read the full article…

Marijuana Ads To Air In Major Texas Cities

TEXAS: It’s the final push for a group wanting to decriminalize marijuana in Texas. A cable TV ad began airing Tuesday in a few major cities, including San Antonio. The ad is in support of a bill that would make having under an ounce of pot only a citation offense. But local law enforcement says Read the full article…

Senate Gives High Sign To Limited Medical Marijuana

TEXAS:  Epilepsy patients in Texas would have access to medicinal oils containing a therapeutic component found in marijuana under legislation the state Senate passed Thursday. Senators voted 26-5 to pass Senate Bill 339, by Sen. Kevin Eltife, R-Tyler, which would legalize oils containing cannabidiol (CBD), a component found in marijuana known to treat epilepsy and other chronic medical conditions. If the measure Read the full article…